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In The News is a podcast from The Irish Times that takes a close look at the stories that matter, in Ireland and around the world. Hosted by Sorcha Pollak and Conor Pope.
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In The News is a podcast from The Irish Times that takes a close look at the stories that matter, in Ireland and around the world. Hosted by Sorcha Pollak and Conor Pope.
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    "Ready to defend ourselves": Ukraine braces for Putin's move

    "Ready to defend ourselves": Ukraine braces for Putin's move

    A buildup of Russian troops along its border has the people of Ukraine on heightened alert, and the world wondering: what exactly does Vladimir Putin want to achieve and how far is he willing to go? Dan McLaughlin reports from Kramatorsk in the east of the country.


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    • 25分
    "There is a hopeful picture" - the Munster abuse case and the future of the victims

    "There is a hopeful picture" - the Munster abuse case and the future of the victims

    Last week, the parents of five children in Munster were jailed for a combined 24 years after being found guilty of abusing, exploiting and wilfully neglecting their five children between 2014 and 2016. The children’s father and mother, two of their uncles and an aunt were found guilty of all but one of the 78 charges against them. Today we hear the story of the Munster child abuse case from the reporter who covered it, and ask: what does the future hold for these children who were abused and neglected for so long?
    Guests: Court reporter Isabel Hayes and social worker Tara Keogh
    Produced by Suzanne Brennan and Declan Conlon


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    • 29分
    Inside Ireland’s largest re-wilding experiment

    Inside Ireland’s largest re-wilding experiment

    Just 30 kilometres north of Dublin, lies a hidden oasis in Meath called Dunsany Castle. Home to Ireland’s biggest rewilding project, it’s run by Lord Randal Plunkett, a heavy metal-loving filmmaker and producer. In this episode, Sorcha Pollak travels out to Dunsany to discover how rewilding has changed the landscape and contributes to the fight against climate change. However, not everyone is happy with Randal’s unconventional approach to the land and new national transport plans could threaten everything he’s created so far. 
    See more about Dunsany Nature Reserve here.
    https://www.instagram.com/dunsanynaturereserve/?hl=en


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    • 21分
    Is the end of the pandemic in sight?

    Is the end of the pandemic in sight?

    With case numbers continuing to fall, the easing of Covid restrictions could begin as early as next week. Today, Conor Pope speaks to The Irish Times public affairs editor Simon Carswell and Professor of Immunology at DCU, Christine Loscher, about passing the peak of the Omicron wave and why leaders remain “cautiously hopeful”.
    Presenter: Conor Pope
    Producers: Suzanne Brennan and Jennifer Ryan
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    • 24分
    How do we end male violence against women?

    How do we end male violence against women?

    Last Wednesday afternoon, 23-year-old Ashling Murphy went for a run along the canal pathway just outside the town of Tullamore in Co Offaly. At around 4pm, the primary school teacher was attacked and killed.
    Her death led to an outpouring of grief and anger across the nation with calls for men to stand up and call out the abuse and harassment of women.
    Irish Times journalists Jennifer O’Connell and Malachy Clerkin talk about why it’s time for a change of mindset to help end male violence against women.
    Presenter: Sorcha Pollak
    Produced by Jennifer Ryan and Suzanne Brennan
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    • 27分
    Can Boris Johnson survive as prime minister?

    Can Boris Johnson survive as prime minister?

    UK prime minister Boris Johnson has never been under more pressure after revelations emerged that he attended a party during Covid-19 lockdown in 2020.
    The news came a month after accusations about breaches of Covid rules at Downing Street first emerged, embarrassing the Conservatives.
    Johnson may hang on, but "the magic is gone" says London editor Denis Staunton - and it may not be long until Tory backbenchers decide it is in their best interests to find a new leader.
    If Johnson goes, who will replace him, what will it mean for Brexit, and how will his time as PM be remembered?

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